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Rob Bartlett signed photo; Obtained in person Tuesday, June 27th, 2006 Norfolk NAS.  He has headlined at various Vegas Hotels/Casinos and on television, Rob has appeared on the MTV Half Hour Comedy Hour, Standup Spotlight on VH1 and on Late Night with David Letterman and Conan O’Brian. In 1986, Rob became a regular in-studio guest of Don Imus. When the station was sold and the Imus in The Morning Program moved to  Astoria, he became a contract player.  He has brought some of his characters, such as Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys, Camilla Parker Bowles, former president Bill Clinton and Dr. Phil  to the new Imus In the Morning set at MSNBC. Rob appeared in the films The Sex O’ Clock News (1984), Spin the Bottle (1999), Table One (2000), and he provided the voice of Boss Baker Bunny in the animated feature, The Easter Egg Escapade (2005) Rob’s television credits include starring roles on the Paramount/CBS comedy special What’s Alan Watching?  ABC's  Move the Crowd, and a recurring role on NBC as attorney Milton Schoenfeld on Law & Order, Special Victims Unit.  Rob is very proud to have been voted one of the "Top Ten Worst" wrestling announcers in history for his short-lived stint at color commentator of the WWF Monday Night Raw. He wrote and starred in the Public Television special, Rob Bartlett's Not For Profit T.V. Special, produced by CPTV, which was nominated for five Emmy Awards and won for Best Writing and Best Entertainment Program. Rob made his Broadway debut as author and star of More to Love.  His Broadway Credits also include Amos Hart in Chicago, Mr. Mushnik in the 2003 revival of Little Shop of Horrors, and as Herman in the 2005 revival of Sweet Charity with Christina Applegate.  In the fall of 2005, he began performances as Speed, the poker playing crony of Oscar and Felix, in the revival of Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple with Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick. His other stage appearances include Golden Boy and Pardon My English for City Center’s Encores! and won a Drama Desk award for his role in the Off Broadway Play 'Tabletop' .  Bio taken via © 2006 MSNBC Interactive